Can’t get away this summer but still want to experience mouthwatering Latin cuisine? Look not further than the new Latin Passport Dinner Series at Province restaurant, located at The Westin Phoenix Downtown. Through November, Executive Chef Randy Zweiban will guide guests on a “rich and exciting tour of flavors, dishes and cultures.” The Latin Passport Dinner Series takes place on the first Saturday of the month.
Each dinner in the Latin Passport Dinner Series will feature a four-course menu for $35 per person. Supplemental beverage pairings are available and they will highlight the cocktails and wines of the corresponding country.
Croquetas de Calabaza y Queso de Cabra – croquetas of squash and goat cheese
Camarones al Ajillo – Jumbo shrimp in roasted garlic sauce
Lechon Asado con Platanos Maduros y Moros y Cristianos – Orange mojo slow-roasted
Berkshire Pork with fried ripe plantains with black beans and white rice
Pastel de Limones – Key Lime Tartlet
September: Puerto Rico
Plantain Mofungo “Cigars”
Grilled Snapper “Escabeche” on Tostones
Guava Barbecued Slow-Roasted Pork Skewers
Coconut Crema with Coconut Sorbet and Cocoa Crisps
Empanadas de Pollo – Chicken Empanadas
Brioche Toasts of Chorizo and Cheese
Skewered Barbecued Chimichurri Beef
Sweet Crispy Pumpkin and Cheese Ravioles
Bolinho de Bacalahu com Salad de XuXu – Bacalao Fritters with Orange and Chayote Salad
Frutos de Mar – Shrimp, Scallops, Lobster, Crab, and Octopus with Passion fruit Crema
Feijoada – Beef, Pork, Chicken, Linguica Sausage, Black Beans and Green Onions
Chocolate – Guava Cake – Mango, Pineapple and Coconut Sorbet
For more info, visit www.provincerestaurant.com.